Welcome to Queen's Hematology

The Hematology program at Queen's University is a two-year residency program focusing on the nature, function, and diseases of the blood.  Upon completion of the program, our residents are fully prepared to work as highly-regarded specialists who go on practice in a wide variety of settings including academic health science centres, community hospitals, and private clinics. 

There are many reasons why residents choose to come to Queen's for their Hematology training:

Learning Environment  
Collegiality, not hierarchy.  Residents are an integral part of the Division and everyone benefits from the resulting positive environment.

Award-winning Hematologists and Hematopathologists who are dedicated to the success of their residents.

A strong research environment, especially in the areas of hemostasis with Dr. Paula James and in malignant hematology both through the Cancer Center of Southeastern Ontario and the NCIC-Clinical Trials Group.

Resident Clinic
New patient consults and longitudinal follow-up is easily integrated into schedule

Good patient volume, all of which is directed to KGH meaning that there are no missed learning opportunities.

Community Hematology 
This highly successful rotation in Kitchener hones consultancy skills and is valuable whether a community or academic practice is pursued after residency. 

Our program is fully accredited by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

If you have any questions about Hematology at Queen's, please do not hestitate to contact us.

Dr. Janet Lui, MD, FRCPC
Interim Program Director & CBME Lead
Hematology Residency Program

Dr. Jill Dudebout, MD, FRCPC, will return to the role of Program Director following the conclusion of her maternity leave